Motorola’s MotoOne has just emerged, and it seems to be a cheesy device to lookout for. Sony isn’t the only brand to jump onto the 21:9 trend it seems. Renders courtesy of Ishan Agarwal showcase the new 21:9 display on the upcoming MotoOne in full swing.
Earlier today, Ishan Agarwal, a reknowned leaker had revealed some massive leaks regarding the upcoming MotoOne smartphone. According to the renders revealed today, the device would most probably come in three colors, a dual-camera setup on its rear, and the aforementioned 21:9 display.
Contrary to Sony’s implementation, Motorola’s MotoOne vision would actually feature a punch-hole display upfront, along with an array of mid-range specs under the hood.
Speaking of specs, the Motorola MotoOne is said to feature an Exynos 9609 SoC. a 6.3-inch display, 4GB of RAM, 128GB of internal storage, a 48MP dual-camera setup on its back, a 3500mAh battery and more. Furthermore, the device is said to feature TurboPower Fast Charging as well. And while the display may not be 4K like the one on the Xperia 1, we could definitely expect this tall display to be an IPS LCD display while Samsung keeps its exclusivity with punch-hole AMOLEDs.
MySmartPrice further revealed that the device would be revealed at a keynote scheduled on May 15th, 2019 in Sao Paulo, Brazi.
Regarding performance, I’m personally interested to see how well the device performs. Performance on the Samsung Galaxy A50 hasn’t been the best as far as I’ve tested it and nor is the speed overall. Let’s see whether a clean stock install of Android helps with that.